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china. headlines are often china has attacked x. big cover story in bloomberg as well. is this policy directed toward china? >> no. it is not directed at one specific country. it is addressing the broad range of threats we face in cyberspace. it could stem from domestic or overseas actors. it does not targeted at any one individual country shou. >> when we see headlines that say china attacks, what does that mean? >> it is hard to speculate on what might be behind some of that. it is undoubtedly true that we have seen actors that are based in china that carry out activities, but we have seen that in multiple countries around the world. the attribution problem continues to be difficult in cyberspace. from the administration side, with china to focus on those headlines and instead focus on improving the cybersecurity defenses defenses across-the- board so would contort -- we can thwart actors. >> there was a report released that generated many headlines. they have tasted these attacks to a building in shanghai. at what point do attacks that appear to be exercised by a foreign state beco
order issued earlier this month and the increasing number of cyber attacks on the u.s. from china. then a discussion about nuclear weapons in the middle east and america's declining influence in the region. after that we're live with the closing session of the nation's governors' annual winter meeting as they discuss personal responsibility in relation to government policies with their guest, tv's dr. oz. and later the senate returns at 2 eastern following its weeklong presidents' day recess when senator kelly ayotte delivers the annual reading of george washington's farewell address. >> at age 25, she was one of the wealthiest widows in the colonies, and during the revolution while many her mid '40s, she was of considered an enemy by the british who threatened to take her host aage. later she would become our nation's first first lady at age 57. meet martha washington tonight in the first program of c-span's new weekly series, "first ladies: influence and image." we'll visit some of the places that influenced her life including colonial williamsburg, mount vernon, valley forge an
of new stories in the last couple of days in washington and around the country about china and the headlines are often, china has attacked. a big cover story in bloomberg as well. is this policy directed toward china? >> guest: no, it's not directed at anyone specific country. it's really directed at the broad range of threats that we face in cyberspace that stem from any number of frankly domestic and overseas actors. so it's really not targeting any one individual country. >> host: when we see the headlines saying china attacks, what does that mean? who is behind that? >> guest: well, it's hard for me to speculate on what might be behind some of that. i think it's undoubtedly true that we have seen actors that are based in china carry out activities. but we have seen that in multiple countries around the world and the attribution problem continues to be difficult in cyberspace. so i think from the administration's side, we try not to focus as much on those sorts of headlines. we really focus on improving our cybersecurity defenses across-the-board so we can't afford whate
? >> definitely. keep in mind that we have services worldwide and not just in the u.s. look at china. the cable industry alone over the next five years -- even in the u.s., we are still seeing growth. the growth rate in that usage from cable services is anywhere from -- rate on an annual basis. there is no slowing down. there is an insatiable hunger for capacity. the cable industry has a long future and be able to be the provider of choice for services. >> when you look 10 years down the road, help people be viewing video and tv? >> i think you're seeing that shift already. five years from now, what is the concept of channel? we see it as one area locked down under remote control. how many of us watch linear television in real-time? we have kind of gotten into this timeshifting mode. you are seeing device shifting. recording on dvr but i wanted watch it on my tablet when i am out and about. it is an explosion of devices and the way that consumers want to enjoy the concept. they want to enjoy it when they wanted it and they want to see the content that they want. they do not want to be tied to b
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